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March 4, 2021

Ex-Polish PM pleads for quick pre-accession treaty for Moldova, Ukraine, W. Balkans

The former Polish prime-minister, Tadeusz Mazowiecki, told president Traian Basescu, on Tuesday, in a meeting at Cotroceni, that he hoped Moldova would join the European Union. On the same topic, the former Polish PM also voiced his support for the quick signing of an EU pre-joining treaty by Moldova, Ukraine and the Western Balkans states. “There are several countries which aspire to joining the EU and we want them to succeed. For instance, the countries in the Balkans, Ukraine, Moldova. I think the Union cannot expand at such a fast pace, but the signing of a pre-joining treaty is an extremely important step,” Mazowiecki stated.

During talks, president Basescu voiced his interest in Mazowiecki’s experience during Poland’s transformation, given that the former PM in Warsaw was actively involved in the “Solidarno??” (Solidarity) freedom trade union movement. In his turn, the former Polish

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